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A right​-​angled object

by Yann Novak

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Dotflac Sounding more worrying and threatening than most of Novak's previous works, A Right-Angled Object is not less haunting.

As usual with this microsound artist, fine drone layers slowly cross their paths during 26 minutes, coming imperceptibly on top of each other and forcing a necessary feeling of motion.

But our motion is always calculated, just like the performance this piece illustrates.

Almost too short, you'll first need to focus on these sounds to finally let your mind drift elsewhere.
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‘A right-angled object’ was originally commissioned by Taisha Paggett for the score of ‘A right-angled object who lost her faith in being upright’ performed at Danspace (New York, NY), October 10 - 12, 2014.


released June 17, 2014

Yann Novak Studio, US (YNS009)


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Yann Novak Los Angeles, California

Yann Novak is an interdisciplinary artist and composer based in Los Angeles. His work is guided by his unique perspective as a queer autodidact. Informed by his partial color blindness and dyslexia, Novak uses sound and light to explore how these intangible materials can act as catalysts to focus our awareness on our own direct experience. ... more

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